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Passing of Professor Emeritus Ann Novick Feins
Ann Novick Feins, professor emeritus of Nursing at Saint Anselm College, died peacefully at the Mt. Carmel Nursing and Rehab Facility on November 7....
Professor Emeritus Roger W. Lawrence '48 Passes Away
Roger William Lawrence, member of the Class of 1948 and professor emeritus of Saint Anselm College, died on November 16 at the New Hampshire Veterans Nursing Home in Tilton, N.H....
Saint Anselm College Donates Thanksgiving Dinner Baskets
The Saint Anselm College community donated 142 Thanksgiving baskets in the annual collection and blessing of complete Thanksgiving dinners for the disadvantaged, surpassing the 121 baskets provided in 2015....
Study Abroad Takes Students Around the World
Saint Anselm students this fall are taking their studies abroad, from England and Scotland, to Spain, New Zealand, and more....
Students Raise Awareness of Hunger and Homelessness
The Saint Anselm College community will participate in Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, Nov. 14-18. Daily events are intended to engage and teach community members about social issues related to homelessness and world hunger....
New Testament Scholar Lectures on The Saint John’s Bible
The college held the first major event featuring the Gospels & Acts volume of The Saint John's Bible Heritage Edition on Thursday, Nov. 10, at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College....
One Wheeling the Camino de Santiago
Politics senior Ellis Boettger unicycled the 500-mile Christian pilgrimage route through northwestern Spain....
College Participates in Enough is Enough Campaign
Saint Anselm College will join the discussion about respect on college campuses by participating in "Enough is Enough" week, a national campaign promoting safe environments on college campuses....
Saint Anselm Engages With Election 2016
A series of academic lectures and panels, and numerous media appearances by Saint Anselm faculty experts have provided insight on the 2016 election....
A Growing Global Exchange
Exposure to the diversity of different cultures continues to grow at Saint Anselm College as the Theology Department plans an exchange program with Radboud University in the Netherlands, following the model of the eight-year exchange pioneered by the Philosophy Department....